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right now at 6:00, after a day of nonstop rain, nbc 10 first alert weather radar shows wet weather finally moving out this evening. the weekend certainly got off to a cold and wet start. neebds at frankfurt neighborhood yerlier today folks held on for the weather. the conditions aren't going away. good evening, let's speak to nbc 10 first alert meteorologist brittney shipp tracking rain moving out and other changes in
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our forecast. what can we expect tonight? >> our wind speeds will pick up and stick around with us. you can see light rain hugging the city and cape may. you're seeing rainfall near trenton. most of the rainfall slowly to the northeast. it was nonstop today for atlantic city, that was the bull's eye. we picked up three inches of rainfall. lisbon, new jersey, three inches, close to the philadelphia airport. right now temperatures only in the 40s, 48, mostly cloudy skies at the airport. wind speeds out of the north at 14 miles an hour. wind speeds continue as we head into tonight. temperatures stay down as well, 45 by 6:00 p.m. with light showers expected. clearing by 8:00 p.m., 44 degrees. closer to 10:00 p.m., cold and
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windy, tracking windchills heading in, i'll have the full forecast coming up. denise. >> thanks, brittney. new at 6:00, father and daughter busted accused of beating and shooting a man in philadelphia's queen village last weekend. the crime was caught on camera. one of the suspects has been identified as well-known mummer carmen demoto. he and his daughter turned themselves into police last night. monique braxton joins us live with what happened. you went to the home. >> reporter: that's right. i also spoke to one of the suspects. tonight both of charged with aggravated assault and weapons violations. we rang the doorbell here at the queen village home. rita, 36-year-old woman investigators say seen on this videotape swinging a baseball bat declined an interview on the
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intercom. >> would you give me a statement or interview i could use. we want to hear your side of the story. >> her father butchie, a member of the vikings club. we found a brick on the building. fellow mummers told us the board instructed them to refrain from talking. investigators say this video taken at 2nd and carpenter speaks volumes. captured the entire violent attack on a 36-year-old homeless man last saturday morning. police also say carmen demoto allegedly shot the victim in the leg. after police asked for the public's help, detectives say they turned themselves in. we spoke to people who lived near. >> it was wrong. i didn't know it was a homeless man. >> they did something illegal, fine. >> are you relieved to know they have been arrested. >> i am relieved, yes. >> they will be back in court on
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november 18th. we also reached out to their attorney frank d. simone. he declined comment as well. monique braxton, nbc 10 news. >> no septa strike. the workers union announced they have reached a new detail. the two sides stayed at the bargaining table until about 11:00 last night as they hammered out an agreement. both sides are keeping mum tonight. a source tells us the deal includes a 5% pay raise over two years. union members must ratify the new contract. that vote is set for friday. turning now to a halloween candy scare. families in a montgomery county community on high alert after a razor blade found in a wrapped candy bar. it was discovered while trick or treaters going door do door near woodlawn drive and walnut lane. that's where we find randy
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gyllenhaal. police are concerned there might be more cases like this? >> reporter: since there was that one. concern is there may be more tainted pieces out there. they are not releasing the specific brand of candy because they want parents to check every piece big and small. in this case the razor blade hidden in a fun-sized piece of candy, about this size. a 13-year-old boy trick or treating in this quiet, tight-knit neighborhood found a razor blade tucked into a wrapper. his mother took that to police. this neighborhood full of family and children, usually very quiet. they can believe someone would do this here, do it trying to harm children. the local school district sent an alert to check children's loot. we did speak with families here who are going through each of those bags of candy to make sure nothing is hidden inside but there is no evidence right now. there are more tainted pieces out there. parents, though, want to be very
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cautious. >> i told the children not to open their candy. they need to give it to me before they open it. >> investigations continue on how the razor blade got into the wrapper. she feels like it was filled at the time. we don't know but we're doing to look into it. >> reporter: the boy's mother went to police bringing the candy in, the razor blade now in evidence. it did not cause injuries. you often hear about this kind of thing, razor blades in candy bars as urban legends. they can't believe it happened outside their neighborhood. nbc 10 news. new information about an accident that left a woman in extremely critical condition this morning. police tell us she was hit by two cars in front of temple university hospital in north philadelphia. the first car stopped. but investigators say the second car did not. no one has been arrested. police are looking at surveillance video as part of
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their investigation. two people are dead following an accident on roosevelt boulevard. police say the man and woman ran into traffic and were hit by a car. it happened around 6:00 along boulevard in the section of the city. arrests have been made. drunk driving charges have been filed against the man involved in a deadly crash in the city's logan section. it happened just before 2:00 this morning where investigators say a 69-year-old man was behind the wheel when his car hit a pole on the 4900 block of steton avenue. his passenger killed. a man is shot on a philadelphia street. now police are search forego a suspect. nbc 10 on the scene on the 1300 block of wakeling street in frankfurt. police say a man was waiting to get into a friend's building when a gunman came up and shot him. she heard two shots before she opened the door and found the
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victim. he's been hoppedized in stable condition. in frankfurt another man in critical condition after a establishing. it happened around 4:00, 5:30 this morning. no arrests in this case. now to decision 2014. it is the final weekend of campaigning before voters head to the poles this tuesday. the big race in our area is the battle for governor of p. both candidates are busy on the campaign trail. tom wolfe greeted voters and posed for pictures at the shop rite. he told voters he hoped for a clear decision on election day and wanted to caution them against complacency. tomorrow president obama will visit philadelphia to lend his support to the campaign. meanwhile republican governor tom corbett stumping in pennsylvania. he will make stops in lebanon,
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carbon counties to urge the voters to get out on election day. he plans a get out the vote in wic wilkes-barre. on the road to recovery. we've learned the doctor being treated for ebola in new york city is doing better tonight. an update on his condition still ahead. plus a building battle on the main line. protesters take to the streets to speak out against plans to build new luxury apartments. we'll tell you why they are so upset. just like an interception, i bet you didn't see this one coming. up your game with a new fritos chili pizza. a large for $12 dollars.
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in their town. dozens of people protested along lancaster avenue in the rain. a mixed use building in a parking lot on cricket avenue. many say the building is too big and losing public parking spaces. those in favor say it includes new shops and public and private parking spots. proponents insist it would help them become a thriving business community. caught by surprise, u.s. marshals sharing more details about capture of accused killer eric frein. what they revealed about the end of the manhunt. >> i'm tracking rain moving out of our area. wind speeds will pick up plus a cold sunday on tap. what to know in my first alert seven-day forecast.
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new details tonight about the capture of alleged trooper killer eric frein.
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the u.s. marshals who caught him say they took him by surprise in an abandoned airplane hanger in monroe county. a commander said he and his team spied someone moving from the woods toward the hangar and they were confidence it was frein. frein made his first court appearance. he was jailed without bail. the district attorney plans to seek the death penalty. montgomery county community lost half it's police force after six officers were laid off. the union tried to get a temporary in juns to stop layoffs. yesterday a judge rejected their request. union claim the town violated labor laws by refusing to bargain with police before the cuts were made. hospital officials say a new york doctor infected with ebola has been upgraded to stable condition. dr. craig spencer has been undergoing treatment at bellevue since he was brought there nine days ago. the hospital says he's been
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receiving therapies effective at treating ebola at the nebraska medical center. a medical mission in our area will ship much needed supplies to some of the places hit hardest by ebola outbreak in liberia. these boxers filled with everything from medical and cleaning supplies to books and toys. >> i'm a liberian residing in the united states. i'm very much happy to see people coming here to help. >> it will take approximately three weeks for the packages to reach monrovia. once they arrive, supplies will be distributed free of charge to liberians in need. thousands of people hit the streets to make a statement about diabetes. the rain and chilly temperatures didn't put a damper on the step out walk to stop diabetes. it is the largest fundraising event in the history of the american diabetes association.
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and team nbc 10 was among the walkers. nbc 10 and telemundo sponsored the event of a concert followed 5k and featured patti labelle, a diabetic and advocate for awareness of the disease. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good evening. we saw nonstop rainfall today, atlantic city picking up three inches of rain closer to the philadelphia airport about an inch. so rain going to start to taper off as we head into the rest of the evening hours. put your umbrellas away, though you need thicker coats because we see wind speeds sticking around not even for tonight but as you head into the rest of the sunday and the rest of the weekend. a cold night ahead as most temperatures dropping down into the 30s. right now in philadelphia 58, wind speeds out of the north, gusting 20 to 25 miles per hour. a look at the radar shot.
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main part of the system is offshore and to the northeast of us of as we head into the rest of tonight, it will continue to pull away from our area. we'll see a few light showers mainly lingering closer to atlantic city. hour by hour break it down by 7:00 p.m., noticing more rainfall toms river to atlantic city. ibs 95 corridor will stay dry as we head to the rest of the evening. by 8:00 p.m., chance of showers mainly confined. atlantic city pushing into trenton. 10:00, 11:00, more clearing. cold, windy conditions settle in for tonight and last until sunday. current wind gusts up to 28 miles per hour in the poconos, 22 pottstown, 28 wildwood and dover. our future wind shows us that by tonight at 9:30 we're still dealing with wind gusts up to 32 miles per hour up to 44 in atlantic city, 34 miles per hour in the poconos. by the time you wake up tomorrow morning still dealing with the wind. so just like we saw nonstop
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rainfall today, we'll see nonstop wind speeds tomorrow. as we head into the 7:00 hour, still dealing with wind gusts closer to 34 miles an hour, philadelphia, atlantic city. our temperatures stayed down below ampverage, 41 in poconos. dealing with windchills tomorrow. couple cooler conditions with our wind speeds and we're talking about temperatures by the time you wake up tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m. feel closer to 34. 41 in allentown. even if we push into the afternoon, 43 as we head into the afternoon. our actual temperatures will be closer to 50 degrees by 3:00 p.m. for philadelphia, closer to mid-40s for allentown. it's going to feel a lot cooler. for tonight rain tapering off windy conditions, temperatures 39 philadelphia, 34 suburbs north and west. our actual temperatures will be between 47 and 50 degrees.
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with the windchills feeling cooler than that. good news you gain an extra hour of sleep for tonight. we'll also see our temperatures warming up as we head into next week. >> thanks, brittney. i'm john clark. coming up we'll get you ready for sixers home opener. eagles arrive in houston, hear from them. penn state gets disrespected before their game and what happened during the game. plus temple, big upset next.
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>> time,000 to check in with lester holt for a look at what's coming up on tonight's "nightly news." >> denise, coming up tonight, an american doctor who packs up and prepares to fight ebola and hear from him when he comes back. elections are shaping up to be the most uncertain in decades. chuck todd will break it down for us. how facial recognition
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technology has given the fbi's ten most wanted a makeover. we'll see you in just a few minutes for "nbc nightly news." for now, denise, send it back to you. >> we're looking forward to it. thanks, lester. >> this is xfinity sports desk. >> sixers facing the heat in their home opener. sixers won that home opener last season. in fact, they won the season series against the heat. how did that happen. debut of noel, 14 rebounds last night in the loss with milwaukee. he wants to see how he handles back-to-back games. flyers in florida. steve mason gets first start in a week and a half. nfl news, tony romo reportedly now has two small fractures in his back but still a game time decision tomorrow. here are eagles arriving in houston. they lost in arizona. the only other loss on the road in san francisco. brandon graham says that is enough.
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>> we can't let no more slip. we let two slip. that was too much. but now i mean, i'm excited. i'm sure everybody is excited. we had a great week of practice. we did everything we could. now time to go out there and show. >> college football, penn state facing maryland first time in 20 years. they are renewing their rivalry. penn state in 37 meetings with maryland only lost once. terms trying to get rivalry going again, unsportsman like penalty before the game. how ridiculous, penn state players trying to shake players hand during coin toss, unbelievable. have you frustrated, animated in the first half. not happy with offense. they were struggling. first quarter get going, james, wanted man. touchdown, nittany lions up nine. turning the ball over, they make
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them pay, maryland up one. penn state, 19-16. maryland wins on a field goal 20-19. penn state loses fourth straight for first time in 11 years. maryland's first win ever at beaver stadium. here is their coach about that pregame disrespect. >> that's not the way we want our kids to be before the game. i apologize. it was not orchestrated or choreographed. the emotions -- you don't know how much emotion was in this game for us. these kids wanted this bad. they came out and did everything they could to get it. god bless them. i'll tell you what, we're going to enjoy the ride home. you know what, let the rivalry begin. >> penn state 4-4. temple they are 5-3. should be a real interesting matchup at happy valley. owls a big upset today hosting east carolina team. take a look at ecu allen's
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fumble. young recovers and goes 63 yards for the touchdown. temple would win this game with 135 yards on offense. they were outgained 428 to 135 but pirates fumble five times. this one leads to a kenny harper touchdown. the owls win 20-10. their first win over a ranked team in 16 years. coach rule thanks a temple legend for his help. >> coach cheney came in and talked to us, told us how to win at temple. said we had to be tough. coach hardin e-mailed me this week, all these great people that are temple people. we made a decision to get back to who temple is, play special teams, run the football and i thought our whole team did that. >> that is a goodwin. how about quarterback leading villanova into richmond. tied in the third quarter, robertson to collins. that's a touchdown. but misses the second point up
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9-3. less than 2:00 later it's going to come back to haunt them. richmond scores and they get the extra points. tough loss, 10-9. their seven-game win streak, penn lost and delaware won. i'm nbc 10 reporting, a local stadium transformed into a movie set. >> final time-out. >> it was really hot out and we were there all day, sweating. they tried to give us fake sweat. it didn't matter. we were sweating anyway. >> coming up, why it's not a movie you'll see but also why it has such a big impact on so many people. >> catch that at 7:00. at 11:00, flyers and sixers highlights. i'm john clark. back to you, denise. >> john, thank you. putting a spotlight on in
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chester county in science. super science saturday westchester university, girls got a chance to explore careers in sciences all while conducting hands on experiments and pronls like digging for dinosaur bones. all the activities were designed to spark curiosity about math and science. maybe you can become a meteorologist and talk about the reprieve from rain. >> nonstop wind for tomorrow. keep that in mind. feel closer to 40 degrees throughout much of the day, even close to the 30s when you wake up tomorrow morning. bundle up. >> as cold as it's been. >> in a while, especially with wind speeds. that's the big difference. >> the windchill will get you. that's it for now. we'll see you back here tonight at 11:00. "nbc nightly news" is next.
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